MongoDB

Installing and Configuring Redis for Drupal 7, and other Memcached Alternatives

For years, we have been using and recommending memcached for Drupal sites as its caching layer, and we wrote several articles on it, for example: configuring Drupal with multiple bins in memcached.

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MongoDB as a caching solution for Drupal 7

MongoDB is a NoSQL database that has Drupal integration for various scenarios.

One of these scenarios is using MongoDB as the caching layer for Drupal.

This article describes what is needed to get MongoDB working as a caching layer for your Drupal site. We assume that you have an Ubuntu Server LTS 14.04 or similar Debian derived distro.

Download The Drupal Module

First, download the MongoDB Drupal module. You do not need to enable any MongoDB modules.

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